KEAM 2013 Cutoff
KEAM 2013 Cutoff is the benchmark using which students can estimate their chances at getting admissions in colleges of their choice. The Cutoff for KEAM 2013 will be the minimum score required by a student to qualify for the counselling. The KEAM 2013 Cutoff is dependent ton a host of factors like the number of applicants, difficulty levels of the exam, previous year cutoff marks and such.
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KEAM 2013 Cutoff:
The detailed list of participating universities, colleges is published on the KEAM 2013 website before the counselling process is started
The KEAM 2013 Cutoff is derived on the basis of the marks of the qualifying exam after normalization and the score obtained in KEAM 2013 exam.
KEAM 2013 Counselling will be through the CAP procedure.
Students scoring marks above the KEAM 2013 Cutoff will be called for counselling
Students can use the KEAM 2013 Cutoff details to decide the suitable option available before applying for admissions through the CAP.
Cutoff Details of KEAM 2012: For a general idea, student can take a look at the KEAM 2013 figures.
The total number candidates who appeared for KEAM 2012: 106071
The total number of candidates who qualified: 77510
The total number of candidates included in the Engineering Rank List : 60776
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The KEAM 2013 Cutoff will be predicted after thorough analysis of the intake of the students in the colleges, number of KEAM 2013 qualified students, vacancies available in the colleges...
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Questions related to KEAM
I got 45 for keam and 56 PCM in ISC , will I get admission for CSE in any gov colleges??
Hello Aspirant ,
For such queries try to use college and rank predictor ,there you will get more accurate and a fair idea of your ranking and on the basis of your rank you will get to know which college you can get .
I suggest you to use this provided link:
From my point of you you may expect rank around 25K-45K
So we can't Conformly says that you have a seat in gov college.
But you have chance .ALL THE BEST.
I hope this info will help you.
I got 45 For keam and 56 PCM for ISC , is there any chance to get admission for computer engineering in gov colleges??
see keam rank is made by considering equal weightage to scores secured in KEAM 2020 and aggregate scores in physics, chemistry and mathematics in 12th standard examination. however cutoff score depends on certain factors like number of participants, questions difficulty level, seats matrix, students category, choice of streams etc. so now computer science is quite demanding stream in india as for its on demand job in market. at this score there is less chances to secure seat in government college in cse/it stream. participate in the counselling process, if you are preparing for jee main also try to do hard work to secure a good score.
you may use careers360 keam college predictor tool to know about your probable college,
I got 45 in keam and 56 pcm in isc , will I get any engineering college???
HI dear aspirant , for such queries try to use college and rank predictor ,there you will get more accurate and a fair idea of your ranking and on the basis of your rank you will get to know which college you can get . I will suggest you to use our career360 rank and college predictor .
My keam score is 263 and my pcm is 86% (cbse). What will be my expected rank. With that rank will I get admission in Sree Chitra thirunal college of engineering for mechanical engineering. Please do mention other government colleges and courses I may get
As you have got marks in keam 2020 and as per your percentage in class 12 and previous year cutoff, your expected rank is in between 20000-23000. the colleges you get as per your rank are:-
Sree Chitra Thirunal College of Engineering-- B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering (Production)
Other government college you get are: College of Engineering, Adoor
College of Engineering Vadakara
College of Engineering, Chengannur
Institute of Engineering and Technology, Calicut University,Malapuram
To know more about your other colleges check out this college predictor link:
does i have to write keam exam or only apply to get admission in bsc forestry?
Hello dear ,
To get in to the BSC Forestry you must have to apply KEAM examination . As the eligibility of the examination is the students must have passed 12th and have acquired a minimum aggregate of 50% in the qualifying examination .
The students sekking admission to the Kerala BSc (Hons) Forestry course in college of Forestry , Vellanikkara ,KAU must apply separately for the KEAM as well as NEET Exams . Apart from which the applicants must have given above minimum eligibility for the admission .
I hope this helps you!